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17.11.2023

Women tell the Gran Becca

Only one training on the Gran Becca slope between Zermatt and Breuil-Cervinia. The athletes tested the slope for the first time.

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17.11.2023

The third women's training session falls victim to the wind

Strong gusts of wind across the entire Gran Becca early on Friday morning led to the cancellation of the planned third women's training session as part of the Matterhorn Cervino Speed Opening.

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16.11.2023

Priska Nufer opens the third Matterhorn training run!

The third and final women's training run at the Matterhorn Cervino Speed Opening is scheduled for tomorrow Friday at 11.45 am. 66 racers from 17 different nations have registered to continue familiarising themselves with the 2910 metre long Gran Becca with a difference in altitude of 665 metres.

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16.11.2023

The Austrians "rock" the Gran Becca: Christina Ager achieves best time in the second downhill training

After the cancellation of Wednesday's training session, the time had come on Thursday: the world's best downhill skiers were able to celebrate their premiere on the "Gran Becca". Despite the large amount of fresh snow and the wind, the "Gran Becca" was in very good condition. The Austrian Christina Ager set a best time of 1:35.81. The athletes were very impressed with the first training run in the finish area afterwards.

16.11.2023

"Hats off to what is being accomplished here to make the races possible."

Rainer Senoner is the race director at the Matterhorn Cervino Speedopening. In the interview, he talks about the challenges on the slopes in recent days, current developments, and his personal thoughts regarding the upcoming hours.

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15.11.2023

New attempt: Isabella Wright opens the second downhill training session on Thursday

After the cancellation of Wednesday's training session due to the wind, the speed athletes should be able to have a training run on Thursday. At 11.45 a.m., the US American Isabella Wright will be the first skier to tackle the Gran Becca with a length of 2910 metres and a difference in altitude of 665 metres.